Marjaavan: Makers scrapped Nushrat Barucha's special song, here's why | Memsaab.com

Sidharth Malhotra, Riteish Deshmukh, Tara Sutaria and Rakul Preet starrer film, 'Marjaavaan' is set to hit the silver screens soon. The multi-starrer film is in the headlines for its quirky characters and heartening story line. Moreover, its recently released song, 'Ek Toh Kum Zindagani' that features Nora Fatehi is breaking the records on the internet.

Nora is currently basking in the glory of her few hit item numbers post 'Dilbar' and latest to join the bandwagon is the foot-tapping peppy number song from 'Marjaavan'.

Nora is currently basking in the glory of her few hit item numbers post 'Dilbar' and latest to join the bandwagon is the foot-tapping peppy number song from 'Marjaavan'.
In This Image: Nushrat Barucha
This particular song has already crossed a million views on youtube and has become one of the party songs of this year. However, did you know it was not Nora but Nushrat who had shot for a special song for the film? Well, a report in the media suggests that before Nora could do this special item number, the makers of 'Marjaavaan' had planned a special number with 'Dream Girl' fame actress Nushrat Barucha, however the makers later thought that the concerned song did not go well with the script of the film and sounds a bit off, thus they decided to chop the song and include Nora's item number in the film.
 

Moreover, it is also reported that the makers of the film had shot with Nushrat for the song with much pomp and funfair, however, later realised that the song do not match the storyline anywhere and hence scrapped it.

Moreover, it is also reported that the makers of the film had shot with Nushrat for the song with much pomp and funfair, however, later realised that the song do not match the storyline anywhere and hence scrapped it.
In This Image: Nushrat Barucha
Coming back to the movie, 'Marjaavaan' is a powerful mass action love story with the highlight being the battle between Sidharth and Riteish's character. While Riteish plays a dwarf villain, Sidharth plays a lover boy. The high octane scenes and VFX in the movie is hopefully going to be the highlight.